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A true specialist's overview of C# 6
Professional C# 6 and.NET Core 1.0 provides complete protection of the latest updates, functions, and abilities, offering you every little thing you require for C#. Obtain professional direction on the latest adjustments to Visual Studio 2015, Windows Runtime, ADO.NET, ASP.NET, Windows Store Apps, Windows Workflow Foundation, and more, with clear explanations, practical pacing, and also valuable expert understanding. This extremely helpful quick guide acts as both tutorial as well as workdesk recommendation, supplying a professional-level testimonial of C# design and its application in a variety of areas. You'll acquire a solid history in handled code and.NET constructs within the context of the 2015 launch, so you could obtain adjusted swiftly as well as return to function.
The brand-new updates can proactively simplify your process, with major changes consisting of reimagined C# refactoring support, a new.NET Web application stack, and also the.NET compiler platform that makes C# and also Visual Basic compilers readily available as APIs. This publication strolls you with the adjustments with an extensive C# testimonial. Have a look at the brand-new Visual Studio design templates for ASP.NET Core 1.0, Web Forms, as well as MVC Learn regarding the networking button to HttpClient and ASP.NET Web API's replacement of WCF Data Services Work with the most recent updates to the occasion log, Windows Runtime 2.0, as well as Windows 8.1 release as well as localization Dig deep into the new.NET 5.0 GC behaviors and also the Migrations enhancement to ADO.NET
Microsoft has actually stepped up both the cadence and also magnitude of their software program launches. Specialist C# 6 and.NET Core 1.0 reveals you every little thing you have to understand about collaborating with C# in a real-world context.
- Paperback: 1536 pages
- Publisher: Wrox; 1 edition (April 11, 2016)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 111909660X
- ISBN-13: 978-1119096603
- Product Dimensions: 7.1 x 1.7 x 9.2 inches
- Shipping Weight: 4.4 pounds
Cracks in the crystal ball
60 people found this helpful.
This book almost won the .NET Core 1.0 publication race. The first book/s on a new technology sell more and thus make more money but the ‘best’ books come later. It’s obvious the author was using an early version (probably RC1) of .NET Core when writing this book. Unfortunately, RC2 removed the command line tools and opted to release them in ‘Previews’. As of today (30 May 2016) the tooling preview is preview 1. Preview 1 does not contain all the functionality that’s shown in this book. For example, page 19 talks about the REPL. The REPL is not currently available. On page 21 it states that you can compile a program to native code using this command line: > dotnet build –native. No, you can’t. Running that will give you an error. The note (in the insert) on page 22 mentions the ‘dotnet compile’ command but that currently is not available either. Maybe these tools will be available in the future, maybe not. For now the book leaves the reader scratching their head.
Comprehensive Coverage of every C# 6 & .NET Core technology, but let down a little by the examples
3 people found this helpful.
Really pleased with this and it offers comprehensive coverage of every aspect of .Net Core. My only issue is that while there are downloadable example projects for each chapter, they were written with a pre-release version of VS/.Net Core/Win 10/whatever, so when you load them up in Visual Studio, all of the external references are broken and they wont compile.
Great references, snippets and thorough explanations about C# and
One person found this helpful.
Great references, snippets and thorough explanations about C# and .NET Core 1.0. There are ASP.NET Core references in this book but it’s only summarized in a vague manner. But that’s ok, this book is not advertising ASP.NET Core
Very comprehensive with good focus on powerful features and frameworks available in the …
Written in a professional tone for the experienced developer who doesn’t want to deal with too much tedious/repetitive content. Very comprehensive with good focus on powerful features and frameworks available in the language.
Great book for experienced coders.
One person found this helpful.
Great intro to C#6 and .NET Core. If you want to learn these two this is the book. Not for beginners. Have been coding in C# since .NET 1.1
A comprehensive book, but a tough haul for a …
A comprehensive book, but a tough haul for a newbie on C# and NET core programming. Be prepared to spend some time to work your way through this rather comprehensive volume. Combine this book with internet resources to develop your own C# programming application.
Great reference book
Very informative. Good examples
2 people found this helpful.
I am only about a third of the way through this book, but I am really enjoying it – and learning a lot along the way. This is my first introduction to .NET Core and I am liking what I see so far.
Great book. Haven’t finished it yet
It has what I expect it to have. Great book. Haven’t finished it yet. Just read about 1/3 of it.